In the 14th century, this residence in Avignon was the home of Cardinal Amede de Salus, one of the pope’s confidants. Today this magnificent building is a boutique hotel La Divine Comédie (translated Divine Comedy). Of course, for more than 600 years, a lot has changed here, the palace was demolished and rebuilt, actively remodeled and changed its appearance. Since the 1980s, it first housed a language school, and then the headquarters of the radio station. In 2010, the current owners of the hotel bought the building and spent 7 long years creating this beauty. Now the hotel is a mix of styles and objects that were collected bit by bit in different parts of France. The soul is put into the interior, and it can be seen even from the photographs. The hotel’s garden is a special pride of the owners and a delight for guests; here you can hide from the heat or lie down by the pool surrounded by palm trees and cypresses. La Divine Comédie is a perfect combination of sophistication and originality!